LIGHTING solutions provider Steltz The Gallery recently unveiled its new collection featuring the collaboration between Flos and Ares.
Flos is known worldwide as one of the the best in designing, producing and manufacturing innovative lighting designs. Ares is recognized as one of the world’s leading maker of exterior lighting products using materials such as aluminium, stainless steel, and glass.
“We are excited over Flos’ synergy with Ares which strengthened our portfolio of functional lighting systems for exterior spaces such as resorts, gardens, restaurants and buildings, able to withstand the changing weather and salt water,” said Jennifer Stelton- Jose, president of Steltz International.
Forming part of the Flos-Ares collection are ‘camouflage’ wall fixtures that blend in with the background; ‘real matter’ step and pathway lights made of modern materials; ‘my way’ walkway luminaire that comes in different sizes; ‘climber’ stylish wall fixtures, all designed by Piero Lissoni and the Casting family by Vincent van Duysen, a series of lighting makers that fuse landscape and outdoor design.
Not just illuminating
“Whether you’re lighting up a patio, doorway, pathway or garden, the new collection that we offer is not limited in its function to illuminate. They can also transform your outdoor spaces, add drama and make them more beautiful,” Stelton-Jose explained. “We offer assistance to our customers on their decorative/general/architectural lighting needs including proper placemen of lights, wattage and deciding on the right fixtures. We can also recommend architects, designers and consultants with whom we have previously worked or collaborated with to customers looking for experts in lighting design.”
Established in 1990, Steltz also distributes stylish and elegant lighting systems by Brand van Egmond, Leds-C4, Iris Cristal, Eichholtz, Santa & Cole.
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